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hmm... I don't know, it probably is normal but I am not sure either. If it were me, I would give her a few weeks. Kinda like Avery rolled over like a dozen times at 5 months but then didn't do it again till 9 1/2 months and was crawling 2 weeks later. So it could be very well normal
From what I have been told, it's normal for children to regress sometimes. My SIL had my nephew almost potty trained, then he stopped using the potty again. Our ped said they "forget" sometimes how to do things. I agree, I would give her a few weeks. If she is still struggling, then maybe bring it up.
///...........................Lauren, wife to Jay, mom to Wesley and Ruby
I'd give it a few weeks too, to see if she re-learns.. and I'd encourage her.we practice with Ray all the time. several times a day we take a time out for a few minutes,and try the walking thing. he is getting better at his balance, but I don't think he would be if i did not encourage it.. some kids just have it from the get go..my V did. I didn't have to do anything with her, she just did it. this little guy. I have to help, encourage and lot of practice.
__________________ Allysa 1/25/00
always encourage!!!! Heck Avery has not taken one step solo yet but we still walk around with her push toys or hold her hands. She thinks its so fun and jsut laughs the whole time. So keep encouraging her, but don't make it work.
If you noticed other issues with balance I would go in, but if you don't then I would just sit on it and wait a touch. Could be those muscles just got a good workout and are now sore. I know days after I do a lunge workout I'm wobbly everytime I need to get up! LOL
I would probably just call her ped and just ask if it is normal and what they would like me to do. I did that once with Eden and explained that I was just a little concerned and wanted to make sure that I was doing the right thing.
Like other mommies have said, it could be nothing at all or it could be something like ear trouble. KUP!
Wife to Garrett
Mother to Eden (7/13/09) and Cooper (7/28/2010)
Follower of Jesus